EMEUNET Country Liaisons
EMEUNET Country Liaisons are a vital pillar of our network, who undoubtedly contribute to the spread of EMEUNET. EMEUNET liaisons provide a strong support to the development of EMEUNET into a well-established network reaching the vast majority of young rheumatologists and researchers across Europe.
3rd Country Liaison Meeting at EULAR 2016, London
There is one Country Liaison per country, who is a Member of EMEUNET and potentially also of the EMEUNET Working Group. This is a 1-year position which cannot be kept for more than 3 years.
Responsibilities of EMEUNET Country Liaisons
- To disseminate information prepared by EMEUNET (eg. newsletters, website) within their country among young rheumatologists (trainees included, rheumatologists < 40 years old) and researchers in rheumatology;
- To promote and disseminate EMEUNET within their country – attract young rheumatologists and researchers to become EMEUNET members;
- To keep updated mailing lists of trainees, young rheumatologists and researchers in rheumatology within their country in order to efficiently deliver information received by EMEUNET;
- To provide feedback and suggestions to the EMEUNET Working Group /Steering Committee.
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|Country||Surname, First Name|
|Belgium||De Langhe Ellen|
|Bosnia And Herzegowina||Mehmedagice Samir|
|Czech Republic||Filkova Maria|
|Netherlands||van der Goes Marlies|
|Romania||Gherghe Ana Maria|
|Russian Federation||Starodubtseva Irina|
|San Marino||Volpinari Stefania|
|Slovakia (Slovak Republic)||Imrich Richard|
|Spain||PLASENCIA RODRIGUEZ CHAMAIDA|
|United Kingdom||Croft Adam Paul|